Morning Michelle, love it both sides, something about red, Francine.
Bless it! I would say it has seen better days...however, I think it's beautiful!
I like it! Nice shot.
Oh my gosh...what a find. I wonder how long it's been propped up like that. And, how long it will survive.
Love the simplistic beauty of photos like this one~Velva
I hope the winds don't blow hard down there . . .
Beautiful even in its decay. I would love to get my hands on that barn wood for some projects around here!
Great shot. This barn has all kinds of potential for a photographer. Simply wow! Talk about a three legged stool.
Don't believe I'd crawl underneath for any plumbing work....:)
Love the rustic feel of it. I, also, love that it's red. It just stands out from everything.
I am really amazed by those piles of stones...
Oh I guess you can't judge a book by its cover after all. Darn I love the building needs some TLC though. Great shots. B
wowza! hope you don't have any tremors in that area!
This looks like the way a lot of people stilt their little wooden island homes here. Doorstep on the ground and the back on bricks, tree logs, and stones.
I'd be afraid of walking inside but it makes a fun photo. :))
Cute barn but it looks a little fragile. Have a wonderful Thursday!
Wonderful capture! I want to paint our farmhouse in barn red and hubby won't even discuss it. :-) I am about to put up a blog post on this art show I went to and all the paintings and drawings are western women, you're going to love it! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
Wow! I hope it stays standing for a while longer. Looks like it's on the verge of falling in!
That was built to last!
Ok, that looks a bit shaky shaky to me. :)
ha...oh my goodness!
I'm a bit worried about the three rocks holding up the corner.Merle.......
Rustic perfection ..Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #3' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #4...
Hi Michelle, Very interesting. Although I don't live in Montana full time, I am aware of some things that are similar to this over there. What I'm talking about is (are?) old wood cabins. Wealthy folks are buying old wooden cabins at crazy high prices to use the old wood in their new upscale homes. Wonder if you've heard of this kind of thing? Anyway, someone would probably pay a lot of money for this old barn. Of course, I like it just like it is and it sure makes a fascinating photo study. Thanks for sharing. John
LOL! The mullet of barns! Neat capture.
It needs a little love.
Love it....I have an entire pinterest board on old barns
Great. I'm amazed that it's still standing with a few stones propping it up.